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    Quote Originally Posted by EllfGirl View Post
    It is so interesting to see Christmas trees in different colors! This one is gorgeous but I wouldn't buy it for myself. I prefer traditional green tree it brings such a big Christmas Spirit!
    Well, I guess we are both too traditional... But I have to admit that I adore people with modern spirit!! I wish I had a liitle..
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    Garden Ridge is a great place for trees and decorations!

    I love that place!

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    I also prefer having a green tree, but I like to have more than one tree around the house. White trees with colored lights make it look like a candy tree. It's the perfect type of tree to hang candy-themed ornaments on! They're great if you can find a 2-3' tree, since it's small enough to stick in a kid's room or in a random corner.

    I used to have a white tree but unfortunately the tips started to turn yellow. Not pretty anymore so it went *away*. :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kittyskyfish View Post
    I also prefer having a green tree, but I like to have more than one tree around the house. White trees with colored lights make it look like a candy tree. It's the perfect type of tree to hang candy-themed ornaments on! They're great if you can find a 2-3' tree, since it's small enough to stick in a kid's room or in a random corner.

    I used to have a white tree but unfortunately the tips started to turn yellow. Not pretty anymore so it went *away*. :(
    Thats exactly what I was talking about!! You've got that modern spirit!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kittyskyfish View Post
    I also prefer having a green tree, but I like to have more than one tree around the house. White trees with colored lights make it look like a candy tree. It's the perfect type of tree to hang candy-themed ornaments on! They're great if you can find a 2-3' tree, since it's small enough to stick in a kid's room or in a random corner.

    I used to have a white tree but unfortunately the tips started to turn yellow. Not pretty anymore so it went *away*. :(
    I gave one of our granddaughters a pink tree and she decorates it with fake candy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshmallow World View Post
    I gave one of our granddaughters a pink tree and she decorates it with fake candy.
    Ha!! It must be very cute!!
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    Black and Silver pre - lit trees are also proving popular this year, very nice tree.
    Merry Christmas from all at christmas-tree-company .co .uk

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    Bought a tree!

    Hey all!,

    Great forum, so glad I found you allthingschristmas! Just bought a tree from the above site, didn't get the black and silver (to modern for me!) but i did get a 10% discount!

    has anyone else bought their tree yet? Love to see some photos!
    Merry Christmas!

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    I also prefer the green tree...and I really don't like single color lights. The more colorful the tree, the better I'll be. That includes the ornaments. No single theme, lots of different ornaments, bought or homemade.

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    Beware of white trees, some will turn brown after a few years. Not all but some. My parents had one, they bought my daughters each a white tree and only could use them for a few seasons because no matter where they were stored, they turned brown.
    LOL, Mom and Dad's tree looked like it belonged in the desert.

    I love the white trees and they are beautiful, but I would never spend a lot of money on a white tree because of the chance of it turning brown.

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